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Xiaomi is bringing the Redmi NOTE 13 Series to Kenya this February

Xiaomi Kenya will be bringing the Redmi NOTE 13 Series to Kenya, with a launch scheduled for 10th February 2024. The company is sending out invites and teasing the new devices which they say will bring exciting advancements to the smartphone scene. The Redmi NOTE 13 Series, Xiaomi says, promises to be a game-changer in the mobile phone market, combining durability, user experience, and impressive camera capabilities at an unprecedented value.

The new Series will consist of three models: the Redmi NOTE 13 Pro+, the Redmi NOTE 13 Pro, and the Redmi NOTE 13. We don’t know if all the devices will be coming to the market, but going with previous years, we can expect all of them to be available from the launch date. We will also get to know more about pricing and different variants available for this market at launch.

This launch follows the remarkable success of the previous Redmi NOTE 12 Series, which garnered significant attention and acclaim among consumers.

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Based on other markets, and early teasers, the focus is on the Note 13 Pro and Pro+ models, both featuring 200 MP main cameras. These devices will also boast 6.67-inch OLED displays with an impressive 1,220 x 2,712px resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate.

The Redmi Note 13 Pro+ is expected to stand out with its 200 MP camera, 120W fast charging capability, and an IP68 rating, providing protection against dust and water. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 13 Pro will feature the same high-resolution camera and a Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chipset, as well as a substantial 5,000 mAh battery. However, its wired fast charging will be slightly slower at 67W. For those looking for a more affordable option, the Redmi Note 13, equipped with a Dimensity 6080 chipset, will be the most budget-friendly of the three models.

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